Buying in bulk is time saving and more economical for families who eat healthy every day. We fatten on high-qulity forages, then dry age for 14 days to produce Grass Fed 'n Pasture Finished Beef. This beef has a rosy-red color and produces wonderful, meaty, cooking aroma. When you pick up your beef, each piece is individually wrapped, labeled and quick frozen for your freezer.
At harvest, you will receive an invoice based on the weight of an actual animal. The cost is $4.95/lb on the hanging weight of the animal, plus the processing costs. The total price per quarter will be in the range of $650 to $850. We are happy to take your credit card as payment, however we will charge a 3% processing fee on the balance after the deposit. There is no processing fee for the deposit
Each quarter will take about 3-4 cu ft of freezer space
Deposits for Beef: $200 for 1/4 share, $400 for 1/2, $800 for whole
Breakdown of bulk costs:
Approximate 1/4 Hanging Weight: 125 lbs
Butcher Fees: $95*
Approximate Take-Home Weight: 88 lbs
Total Cost per Pound: $8.11/lb*
Approximate final total cost for 1/4 Beef: $713.75*
*prices change based on actual weights
The same cuts bought individually would cost $942.40, so you save $228.65 based on 125 lb hanging weight
What Cuts Do I Get When I Order a Quarter? Our Standard Cut will be about half steaks and roasts, and half stew and ground. (Numbers are approximate.) If you order a quarter we can only cut this way, as you are splitting a half with another person. If you order a half we will take special requests.
Steaks for Grilling (at 1+" ): 5 N.Y. Strip, 4 Tenderloin, 4 Rib Eye, 2 Top Sirloin
Steaks for Marinating or Braising: 3 Round, 1 Flank, 1 Skirt
Roasts (boneless, approximately 3 lbs each): 1 Chuck, 1 Shoulder, 2 Rump, 1 Sirloin Tip, 1 Eye of Round, 1 Brisket
Short Ribs: bone-in, packaged 6 pieces per pack - 5 packs
Stew Meat: Boneless chuck, cubed in 1-pound packs - 5 packs
Soup Meat: Cross-cut shank, 1 piece per pack - 8 packs
Ground Beef: in 1-pound packs - 24 packs
If you want your bones for making broth, they are frozen in 5 to 7 pound bags. You may also request a share of the organ meats.